That rich people are killing themselves is cowardly and wasteful to me. I hope they've left good wills. I guess it can be shocking to the system if you have a lot of money and then a lot of it disappears.
But there are people who have nothing, zero, who slog by every day and don't kill themselves. Money, losing it or lack of, is not a reason for suicide.
Perhaps these rich folks ought to find better uses of their money in the first place, then they wouldn't be inclined to kill themselves.
Maybe I'm being overly judgmental. Apparently, he was generous and had "zest" for life.
This man was found in his Jag. It seems to me he could've at least donated his car.
If you're counting as I am, this is the third one that I've seen in the press lately. The other two are here and here:
CNN: The body of Steven L. Good was found in his Jaguar on Monday. The car was spotted in a parking lot of a wildlife preserve in Kane County, Illinois, just outside Chicago, authorities said.
No note was found, and police say they do not know how long the 52-year-old had been in the vehicle.
Good was the chairman and chief executive officer of Sheldon Good & Co., a major U.S. real estate auction company.
The death comes amid great turmoil in the country's real estate industry. In his role as chairman of the Realtors Commercial Alliance Committee, Good commented on tough conditions last month at a business conference.